Posting on ghost and internal boards should now work HOWEVER, links will not while an issue with recaptcha (antispam) is worked out

Okay...NOW /vp/'s images should be restored, an interrupt to the copy left a lot out that should now be there.

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No.3130741
hey /p/ what are your thoughts on the Sony Sel 30M35 30mm f3.5 Macro as a starting macro lens for an a6300 shooter? I know Sony has a 1000 dollar macro lens that is likely better faster sharper but I'm just looking to get stsrted with Macro.

Thoughts?
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No.3131616
hello I come seeking guidance.
im not a photographer just a guy with a camera who gets dragged places and takes snapshits.
I have 2 things to talk about.

1, because im always trailing behind I can never stop to take photos, so I have to be quick. problem im having shooting my Nikon d90 in manual is I cant seem to change the dials fast enough to keep up with the changing exposure meter.
I move the dials but the camera cant seem to keep up. I have to wait a second then change slowly.

2 is my raw processing, pic related is my workflow.
I neutralize everything to average grey. that way no one bit is over or under exposed.
then I move the sliders back deciding how much highlights I want, how dark I want the shadows to be.

the fourth image I sometimes put through a preset see if it does anything interesting.

1 is this a normal issue people have? is it me or the technology?

2 whats a normal raw workflow?
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## How did he do this ?!?!?!?11

No.3130349
I saw this online with the EXIF: 20 seconds f/9, ISO 250.

So its presumably taken at night, yet I'm really confused about why is the mountain top and clouds so nicely lit up, as opposed to everything else.

Nice picture though..
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## Photoshop

No.3131975
 Image Created 2017:08:12 19:59:41 Image Orientation Top, Left-Hand

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No.3131877
I'm going to be photographing a nightclub tonight. This is my first time doing something like this.
What should I keep in mind?

I have a 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 and a 30mm f/1.4, which one should I use?
Should I try shooting wide open, high ISO, or should I just use my flash?

Any tips are welcome. Thanks.
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## Cool places near Syracuse, NY

No.3131989
I've lived near Syracuse for around 5 years now and have pretty much exhausted every park within 2 hours. Does anyone know of any cool spots around here that I might not have shot yet?

Looking to shoot some nature scenes.
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No.3130867
>soviet cameras are well build thanks
TOP KEK!

Try to refute this, kurwa.